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•Wtltiv sr.<l CsanzaJtr «*nniritr> And v.ho •«» w»*r.t i«n»d i^- Mr. *i««WR.-d *n l-ts i#attn»«>- r a law •I*y» -.-»» 1. a rel.-'ivc nf WteAaa r»«KJiJnr" r.romn «"f Smtr . >m »•!.«' ba knam af tha autrmpi « <1 Jioj.i- pbj llal oHwr Mr. Crown" v . •'» ,*•• |ir.-jsdcnt of tka *tii*';> saaaaa Aaacslbei ea tba ftand re c D d Mai I esr-^ Nature of Daal . ■ ..•• ■-..(!» ith him. >It. «"'»;;• Bi * ■• -Ttir.j: i>f Kd »*» 1 Bina» 1 ■• Ud taj ascad ef thr ;r« > and tit JVtrcrt*. aru Urn aafOtß . • • if -■ a..- ! mama twTawafl Mr r>r«r.».: I Hi tcaiio .• mistake la "vi^i !?**•* EflVaxd Brotrr. » ir-. t ;-.<»s^'. <*lap.» Irs tl*.»'l h : h^ \.»-\-*r knew wh;tt the ava* 1 . ' Q*t rr baard ef anj X . tir..t'ani rv as *ie?i r:b«»<l by H*. *.«.-. a -,i :,. as] iitti^ 1-twffi i>OMticians 1 « • tba PUk .t% aafl laualty • : srtfltn tba last taaj v.-it • • retina 1 •■•* h b bs 4 fcuthewd f*, ■ • .-:.»• «aT? dimply Ly z •- cm otlwr's tcatSmony. « Bl - -. caaaa eat, hi part from 1 and n »*r: •mm Griffin, it was . ■••• when tbe bW exaanpttnt ♦ - - -,»-.J pnsntllßJßJ from vation. ♦ a 4« BMiati R. Kennedy's last , . . live « rix was being Bex rajraa. ' tbe aJneTtßna Bants Ooßapaay. • h m eTOeeaj n rlea-ptejablant, fnna t •• lea« 1 «m«>nc i* ■• t-ompansrs sf , bbj r w..rK'np Isr tbe laaaant ■ •• .»* oStbajatebj laaed itti tb# '. «•• i »h,< '' bfwOgni surety and «*».«!■ ••itmaTiiew utujei • ■-■ aoepa o' t-» • »imrti«n a* outlined in the >»ill. i x .!.. » . ; • ■ aos taaftananj bad i-c*n t*-.ut «; Mjeenai O#e9 hs<l tirjst T».»»d th> ,N:rt «'f CXtandlnj the b?rif *•» ef tbi • ■ i:-.'l-.iiif tbe surety t paniea *ri thai he had taken what fr.» th>- .f h* ■• At- tne Governor's hint sjh! I rated the amendment j*j th» bfU. t" p »B'S;*a' Ane*-ew Ha— .''ton. • 'n h.<"-vcr. Mr. Wilcox told ■ ■'• «:«i»'i ef envtayins tba late An «'r»» Hantitoo, because, as ns put it. ••n* : • nvin-eii that a«fl had la h»'< « H» ..■>#■• ci |a naY K^:<l \V:IrOX. • fak'rg o^ Ha-nil'on. Injeee by sugsss •f tha • ■••; '-Th^r nay. that be had . •• z* -:««n« for dfabejiaamenta :li»a j>art of tbe IttUXKX *n<i eit coca and ta pel etber <om «— -#. 1 rtur Une ta fate wltb as aa »-« n appeared Ereea tbe rtorj :<>M by The -.«« tbal be tovni Urn mretjr < %om iar>«.- »rr»- n«>t .-\ri-f nthusiastii- about I it In satfaf; Hamilt 1 claim. an«l t*J* final a ;tc«nie of the negotiations ■Mb -■ - 1 • -. ■ aaopanlca was that a*> Baaaonl afirrosating about 18,900 Bjffja ' •>•«•.<: •.. Mi Han::!t'>R •- 1 BaaaUtaai an extra si.« A> '«. 7.t» T» ~ -■ i fr:\ tr.it vaa contmpent. • ■r .-■'. ipea tbe triiiu- • 8 im* from "ther surety «<*SMf>*> -• 1 .. 1K th^rn ih* KatlenaH. *nn •• b* ".it onaj 1 *;-' atbeia-** I b« never raid i)tr . xtra IJuMtL O ttmm4 m.«i lar Tn-tt vv r s. tad beta by ht? 0^:1 r- • '• tbi identification of - • •• ttea by Hamilton, 1 • H I»u kl«v acting ■ '■ told hot In «as .' • ... !.-! ! >'.-ernti» r. 53C.*?. • k I * . B ■ v • ■ .I. was 1 --».. the « .... and '« anscn ampriaad a* ■ . <•* • ;. beaaoajbs I n the stand « few mo |r. • h'S ftr?t \\T«i« Of i :- \;iii-.-i-«l »« Hamilton. »•• «■* ,•••..' !■ *i*ution about - • • i hu«-i\i*-> -.ad nr«n i* Wil. <\. >f %2.- II - I ■ •■ ;■• ■ : Mat \h* i , ■ t>i > divining th« fart thi* v i crifTin 'i^-; never com •n the «upj- i t. had 4vSlß*<l !.'"• f'lrrr r f'->» a;nT»ti -hr- years for it t . "•• ' piym*!' 1 vMi b ttfey had a! • > . • ' doobk froni ite jcai d Ma«" 'en Close to Buckley. 32r V' .. r» <■• E-jcr'.; •(-.- - tperto ♦»n4»- r>rr.M na' on th«- MMetettOOß of T* ■Ulam H Pu k>> wh:> that c«-mle ajajaj •"•♦»♦ • Baml tr of the Insurance raaamm r.t It . •ar«-<j ihar arhj aUk • ■ i .«•-• >rr an S'irrty Ceapar BESJSftad t" find A:.<:re* Ham t - »<t.» :•-> i » taMBBBea Depaot> • -a* B] ezprHeace." l-.e *aii. "that ffetM'. ' • r l>^« .•. "it :n srrsion tr t&f evoosaea Hamilton eeedd i,»a\!i le> t»urt<! n th« <epa: trr.rnt ..jrrires with ■■ k»• jr : ii »n Btaaßt at any V.vr.f •' r- wanted e-.ther of then he •■•■«.»! «*•• •'-•tti J;. ■■"!nm.:nivatmp with Oufim~a Letters frcrn Europe. Af*"r th» r»r^:jit n* ..n <>r two arming J ttcru tr<im HMBittOll «•» the <"Xtra : • • \ . «■■!)<> of \\lrrli came from 3 **?»•. «h<n BsmQtan 'a^^ abroad. Wil ••«»•« a^\i*": 1 « •■•■'-.■ Burk « -i '«»*inji a rr-tp fr«m Hamilton. that ♦ ■tier Of th» . -.ilf cti'.n of th?t f-xtra |j Ana i\| ( »n BDCktayii har.df. >*sf«»r» th.i\ h-tv<\.'. Wjlcox r*><'«»iv^«l •»• iban DOtv. In Ju.ie. JJtOi. which r<;id •UT''. « beCB *->r A. H. t« bf- mailed .«•■: -* i> CTood ■■■•..• H^-usr." T*»«r awj r. • . .-. taV matter apt and t»"i' <-».i.u»-d * F<rir« «f duusiJriK letter?" that orjrh! '•• l:av'- dtMn » . h<--- k tVoni »• « >«»d«T> In<]i^n. Hut Mr. Wllcoz war •Mt*St) T. • OCbei ">mi>ani<>!= <d n<»t • • - t • •• ■ tbt I s'lar* 1 . lii? own c<>m l«an> had artv*-i lar more than its- «har»', and h v -;<i pjv*- do tnor*". tU^.'if-r that. Mr. Wtksin fri] ill about • ' . : '; . '!• on 3»*;irnJng of ft iDgMrod ooUcitomljr after hi? health ••.■» »*<h nur« •fdinff dun. Ki-.iij f, «»m Doceaofber v. Baekiey t ■- !.i*t tuur}!i!ip appeal, ji read i *j.r :.«. v,";.. ■' i am awari thai r ii • " ' 'M/4ry Ut it-fijjnd you rf sardine tba haiar '•■■ ta J ;-•..-• Hamiiton and m>s>-if • n t'._ njn caattcr. Ea aroa .at you inav aß#Bß*ai t<. hrn'K a ««"ttl/in« > rit ahoxii. tf eu.\i++ \<m tali i,..- tinit '.<»u uoui'i attend to t:-.'« ii i'tar own v.ay *<jru»-tim« irhen you i:*.«l a?j «>j;>'>rt 'Miity. It euuilfiad *=« oe thai h* tne inatier ooujd l»^ adjnttad ttril ir.nntii li trt>\.Jd J»' ti.6 n)«iaj^ not onJy «»! i i«-.a*-inj,' in<-. •:.■■ frivf- s<jiii«' un«:i l*r<U-4i b*Jp tj « \»-i\- worthy cliarity J!l t/^i «—".;•. nmnejy, Su <■•■•». hJ«-h 1^ bulJClijjr an ad'U'Jori an<l uo« rts «>id»'.(:n»-* -. r> i . ti^l TrustiJW you «r# v. •!l <ir»«> vl?»i v^ri l<^«»f arti baa, baßM '.«■ ir.t-, \*rry «in*>-f «.■! v \njirs. <Bi#m^» * a7U«UAM H. -KIjEY. It nppearrd th^ij that Buckley's rrf rr*nt-n (• n laJk arttb WHoas w»i< basri oo t^.* ra.t that hm hed aaet Urn arlt pajaj m Th^ Mtm durins: dat Bfevfem rJHMr ar.*J dunscd him for th« extra *1 **■»'' •>v Get That $1,000 fste. l.** V'.'ar.t nt <v.5.-.ty f>:!"i If move • 2»r T '.. -•.. boerevajr« ud a;ta that] lest f»rvid ■ aiaJ R >.- k'-y ohar.donsd ; he rnattrr a* bepeleaa, vnMaaa f. «;r.fl»n - » exaaainatiaa. after h? had esteb^htd tha fact Hani the xatiM.F.i Barety Cwupany haJ in f« r t - hi H rMr>.r«" and anon dfawctly to i!an.i!to:». yam mainly taJtan up mitn tae *p%<%Tcr' revival of BnrMey*a lafjta taUva auiiitlaa in V.-tS Be knew rery iitile Bbom U d:r.-ctiv . but from letter.* Mr. EfotenkJaa reed into the record It a «= Bbeera tha. Bucklej 'iad oorra" •; . ::rtM with W i! iam P. Jo> cv preaJ- Aact ef tba Natlenal during tba iryis lativ ws«i«n <>' 100»*. On Karcb 17 of thr: rear Hr. Joyce wr..te Bi:cklp\ tbal h» naartad t<> l» taaaal aaaoe influential member of tbe I.cgiji'ature in introducing a «>il! to a. mend the oseter freblcai baar. ar.l that Vie. Bui k>y"J». a.«-sis'an<« »•■> iM aa ap preciated. "Vbatfd > ••11 want aay aspi«t«n I *h*V I r g!ad if 1 •••. WISH call upon ■am* j.i<^r Th->maf= J. M< Manus." awaaa Joyce. ■••■.*. v.h arnom 1 •n well acq.iaint^d. I am *ur» he will tlo ail he oan to aiJ :r. baslnaj this measure put through." The pcrpeaa of thr aasasana>aaat, it ap p<rar«-d. was la arrange for a <on\enient maftnm ..f l.i.ntiin^ rimuffei.rf*. aanl «* >!r lajTCS franVcl\ wrote, ''another mo tive i.-s la eliminate competitors. '' Mr. HotchkifS was douMy interested in Ibbi Joy cr lattar t^« Backlay. la the first place it disclose , an apparent fact tvhich BackJcy in his last minutes on the stand in tb« present inquiry rcbe maattlj daala<. ar.'l that «at that |M Ncaji v.orknip in any nay for any legis lation ateea IW7. arheai l;*> law vaj ia?e'J HKlUlllllf ttM registration with i the asmtary ef .State of any lawjrar ap ' pcar:ng for ->r asainst any taajaaaatioai Hotchkiss D-afted Hai Bill. li. addition. Mr Hot< hkiss himself had ! drafted tba motor vehicle law which Mr. joy, planned to amend, and had discov ex«4 the little joker in the amendment hirh would hare shut off competition. Mr. <;rifflii. l:owf\ei. knew very little aboojt the all) or BbOOt tne letter? ox changed between Ruckle;- and the preat ; dent sf thj« National. One of the last of ttwec. fated April 17. fi s. from Joyce to kloy. closed mitb the wr.rds: "Next year *re will in tr'»duc it ear!i«-r. I shall be clad to bay« y,.i! n"i BW your bill foi your ser : ricea." TtM nfx'. year, however, in th<> K«0? ! Legislatui* j . M appeared thai in sr»ii* of I era! letters from Buckley hinting for a retainer, the National accomplished its ■svasr work Ilnsaa.ll ths aaedkna of its ! regular coui Grlfiß infomic-d Mr. EfetcfclriM that Mr. Joyce wmM n<»\- returning from Galf : fornia. f.ini woajli raach thi« < ity car[y 1 in April, und the .Superintendent inti- Itnate4 thai ba tntea4aa] to learn from Mr. j..y. as t>> the employmfnt of Buckley. j>nd if he found that Buckley had indeed been Ht work on leajaiative matter? after , the reajtatral sa law waa passed he wtiuld [pteoc the facts in the nanaa of the At torney General. Elijah R Kenuedy'a trstiirn>ny af yaa tfrrtay earriaal quit** a few correction? sf his 1 revions statfmenls. >n th*» firgt .'ay h» put the fee he pai<l rnmmodnre ■ r. Vetider .it |iO9, but yesterday, after ■ fcaatm that he had been very mncb excited and Miraaiaad on that first day of h<> i'l'iuiry. h*- t-stlfi«»d that h^ had paid tr«4der %'2.h(> (l Wdder did not tell , Y.vu araal ihe « harp*, iv<>ujd be b»for« 1 aivinc r»is= aervleea, Kennedy testified. Big Pay if Successful. . ' ■ H<>\v «i irj you know how much t<> pay I, , -h'1?" nsked Hotchki«s. I j-aid to him Tvh»n I him. 'Don't '."11 rar what you're going to • harjf vne. and if we're uccessful. I'll fin ih«* hand!««mp thinp.' " rpplied K^n r«dy. Th» 1800 which <r«l1 to Emm^t Rho(J^s. Mr. Kemaedy ai<i. Wtm for hi? srrvi<«>^ >n .«-. trip and lulking: to ivkiti li*-rs of U»a gi^lat irr- \»i;h ■""hr-ni h*» had inflii^nce. T>t .rr. ••• th* 1901 srift fund. Mr. Hotdi - ••.jn'.ed t" fctW If an: '->f it wMit to •niHaaai H Buckt>>'. ■ •N«»v»t." '•«»r''i r d Mr. K»»nn«»dy. dra natlcall). • Aj- to hia uw «*f ih r >=r:-\ irr.<= of.CeOt'Cß W Aliridc. Hr. Kenn^dj declared that r^ti'iiiig v. ,v r-iid. s-i Car a.= h 1 oaM re iir-mlifr. about th* |l/X)0 raid to Aid ridpo bdUl nidered ai ■ contrlbutloai x<> tbe M"nr n <" County committee. "There were fctrlke" bills In .•■■.•• \ i><--ricni^ before IStflT* Mr. Hot^Jikiai aafeed ■"!'.- i>ut . atwa3*a found that the acoucdrda arere cowarda." i^pii'-d Kcn j>«d;.. "My ■■!«*"— in aoane of t lie ytmn when there a"«re "strikes' didn't run over |M 0 or WOO for th«- entire (■• - n" **i Bbould oonaider,** hr saui ••• Mr. Hfit«iikis=. ■tii.i' sttcti disclosure a.s you re aaaJdng brine about preatcr re •<mii' than anvthini; f-Ise. greatoi even than <a»i b*> woo by direct primaries or cny other method.** John R. I^ung'r. th. first witness of the pay. reffid to giv< th<^ najne of thr man who mtrodoeed Bttckley to the Trav .■ <r!='. ; h'.P pajiy, on the KjrOUttd that the aaan araa Aead. Peraonally hr kneti Baddev. and had knonrai hisn when he Tias called "WUHe" around the offices of <hr BBen Fork Life Inanrance Company here. Later, When there waa aoone die' pute nbont the siz^ of Bockley*a $21,400 hVI to ihe Travolrr?'. BacMejr tried t.. haw I.i;i!g°v aeree tO the ]PtP rOhB A ■eCafi ai ■ aoti of arbitrator of iho Mil, l>ut I^unsr^r peteaed, «nd the bill wh<* finally nettled In fall. He couW explain very little about Ru< Uey*a connections with the Tra>el(!?' more than t'« s;iv that tlie Travelers' had never • lid lor an* other n-.j-.il l< ima te aert ■> s. Hotdddaa ■ waa told jreaterda) <>i t}i" tfdnemy icaolutfon Introduced In tl!" Un,|llltlir». ;ilid >.ii<i that il)<- pres ent inquiry vuld continue, and if th locord should be deaired by the ksisla tr.« committee it m ould be Riv<-n Ir< < ly A GERMAN CONGO LEAGUE. iiati ■'■■. alarcli ■" The Qennao Congo lssgrx v:>< ortcaniz'-d here to-rla*\ Its p»:rT)»>»<» i" i-i proaaote the estalill^limcnt of «-■!' v Meaty i. niifllllmn la the ''onco basia ■Sin < 'iiU-riifj.'ated in fii^ Bertla-Oomco .T ; of J SS S jgSSON RIVER -TDBK Save 10 jo 25 minu:;s to the Pmn ivivsnit, l.shigh Valley, Uric or LacUu-anna Stations in Jersey Ciiy <.r Hoboken. Tube Stations in Ncu 1 York are alnr.j 6tb Avett 23rd. I9lh. Mth and M Sis; « 9eh Ay- «nd Cbristopb" St, and at tbe Hudson Ter.-ninsl. one block w«st of the Fulton St S:a?ian ol it* Subeny. L's: tb; BUDSDK RIVER TOBES . XETV-VVVr:!* O.VTLV TRTm'XE. FRIDAY." AFRH. 1. 1010. INSURANCE (tKILL ilii.L lIKVOKTED TO 7 ///; ASSEMBLY. General Legislative Investiga iior. Excc}:t of I<ifr Cim /^n?V.v. h Contemplated. tny Tlw*i«n* w ' rh " iwaoae. ' 4taaar. alat«* 31.-TV«» Aasembly Com n-i»:tt<» on Wajra and Hoaaa ta-day unani mou.«i\ reoartod the laartutlaa of Aaaem biyman iTclnerney. of Rochester, providing Bar a jfiint lotfaiatlwe rommitt'e to invr.ti aate n>e insurance mmpanies and other insurance comranifi outsid* of the life in *iiran^ field . Thr AaaemMy leader? are lined up hPhin<i tufa rvaobttftaa anj undoimtedly it wffl P«*» •Met ',- m H aaarlaVa thai the joint coav mlitre Hial! eaataH of five Asogn^man anJ three eenators and that tli« purpose af the inn-iirv hall be th- drafung of reme dial le«--lation to he reported to tha LCaif lature next year. The r r«olutJon carrier an «pproprl.uion of BfcOJB. Witbottt questioning th* vain- of mco ea Inreatisatioa as thi one propo^d b> Una resolution. WOW m-mbera of both branch •f the L-pi-lature are looking aith nOpB aaasletoa on this activity ar this partVuiar t r-<- They are inclined to believe OpjM » I. an atteropr to rtiairarlr a broad B«neraJ ir.v«aticatfoa of all forms pf lagailattre c " r " ruption or attempfd cciruption by auhat! tutine thl« n«ation. jrood in Itself, bot narrow in BCfK redit for th atea la (Iven to Speaker tradsworOi «nd his leader by the afcaptleß Advocate* of th* general lEVc?t:Sation say that they do^i mteod to hay that side tiackc«J by tbts rropostrjon or by any otr.sr mpanrr A special commitfe a-:tliorized t-> investismte improper atteoapts to influenc? lesiatatfea by any p*>n=on or roncern would be entirely roinp^t*>nt to handle the flre in sjrr.-.c^ scaadalai M i^ell as any i.thcr Hhe mattsra> they maintain. "v\*here th? Arnv strong eaaanaitt«e tad to deal with jgaal evils in the life insur.ir.ee buaaaM ItasW. the flre insurance acaaoala. thesf legislatorp .*ay. hay appeared to bi hi the ImprorK>r use or attempted improper osa Of money to influene*- lniaiatHw That situation a eaat mitte* searcliinc; for fada regarding: ■aajf' atrve corruption of ary nature eooM handu. and sa In a better position to cure by leg islation than a committee empowered t> search into the methods of doing bu.«ine=? by the fire insurance companies. That fleM pi work, these legri.-laior:- tay< la aalaaj handled eseelieatly by Superintend? t Hotchldaa. Li*? Former Resolution. The Mclnerney resoh:tion hi drawn prac- 1 tica";!y word for -word like the on<» Creating the Armstzaos committee, .'or which Gov ernor Huajhea araa counsel. The preamble | recite* the fact that recent disclosures | made hi th« COOTfe of the investigation | cond:ctfd by Superintendent Hotchkiss i siiowed that flr« insurance company funds ; had been "misappropriated, misapplied and I used for illegal and queptionabl* p-.irpofe« j The committee, under the resolution, wotdd be a\ith'irized to inxestigate thp affairs of ; all Insurance companies doins business in . this state other than life c"nce.rns. "includ ing the relation? maintained by such com- ; i pan with the legislature and the De partment of Insurance and the effective- ! i ness of the control of said department over , ! the said companies. ■' Ass-embly leaders grant that the time has , come for an investigation of the tire irjsur- j f ancf scandals. They sajr that this pro- j ] cedure hy a legislative committ** would • i be welcomed by Superintendent HotchkiSf, ' as the committee would have far broader j ! power* than his and could take up aaa*> I I ter* which he, under his legal limitations, | i is unable to aauch. "I believe the time has com? for a legis- | j lative investigation of the nr<» insurance | companies." sajd Mr. Mevritt. the majority i leader. "I favor this reaafatSsa. and will i no all I can to help its adoption. 1 favor | i thi» investigation just as I favor any In- ' j testiaatioa of specific chargf* about *pc- i 1 ciflc aaraaaa or affair;. I ha\f- never be- ! I lievtd in going after ducks with a 13-inch j | gun or In hunting any game with a braes j : r>and ' Mclnerney's Argument. AaaeaaMyaaaa Mclnerney himself atada public a lormai «tat>nient. aa follows. I | Tlott'nnes? in the method of conducting ! ; Bre Insurance busteess caused ray Intro- | duction of this resolution during the first , ' week of the legislative session this year, j I'ruin all parts ot the state people have. voiced Bfotesta <ijrainst th*> fire Insurance , [companies and their arbitrary methods j The companies have maintained exchanges , and l.nards in various cities and commu- i ■ niiies of the slat* for the purpose of. n- ! I for< ing their high handed abuses. I>istrict attorneys from various count have held inquis-itlons before the grand ' 1 Juri< of theii respective c«»untie?, vol- ; umea of testimony h«\»> b on taken, but [ac thoroughly were the hoards and ex- 1 , chang^f organized thst the investigation came to naught. Tiie Insurance men. when ' I examined befote the grsnd jury, refused ; '<o teslif;-'. claiming their refusal wai I i bnsed opon their exemption; that what | I they vrouM fay might tend to Incriminate ■ . them. The lava on conspiracy in thi" state | are liiartmnatr to cope with these c>iti- . 'ning); '"•g«tiir.e<] lir>nt<i« Vartoiis amend- | ■ m«*tii!- lisve been suarg^sie'l, but nons of : tl.eni seems to embody the ngnt lines of | thought. The laws acainst monopolies and com j j bines require strengtiieniiig so «s tv pro- ■ '\iile a nean« of protecting the policy- ' ' holder. Til- people have groaned under ; conditions imposed by the insurance com- ' ( paniep. enduring: theli grosa exaction! i I yielding to tl.eir one-^ided manner of ap- I pratsal and aubmitting to' Intolerable con* I ditions until the tim» was ripe for my j I resolution Tll i-auious Cities of ii» state, where a If*r I ! fires occurred from accidental cause*, the ' , lo<*al lire, insurance board? met an<3 placed a slip on ear-h policy whicli caused the poll- . I cyholdeni to i>b>, 25 per cent extra pr°- i j mium. No good reason existed whatevfr 1 i for thip Impoaltion. They have c r jti.-ised ' ' the f;re insurance departmental thf> hay« demanded more flr»» (nanraoee apparatus and have threatened cities that if they did nr>t <io a<= ordered thy woijid r^is" th« > ra*es of Insurance. If a man ha# a ttre, und*r bis DOHC} he names ojj*? appraiser, the insurance com pany names an appraiser, and thoe* tuo i 'appraisers name a thlid appraiser. Th ! i Insured -an nominate until he is black in ; j tho face and th» in«urnnce apprpi-»r will ijot accept the man named by tiie liu-^ured. Iri the mean time business Is held up The 1 Insarad la aii\!ou.« of gealni/ bacK to hqal- ; 9? HTS Li .■'■AT'>«-f!rr Celebrated Hats for Men who arc satisfied with nothing bin 'n* Best 17* 1 k .O ( illh *,„ tfi ( : il»h A. r. ISI Broad,,, Chictrr> The VUUaftaa V r *U«<J-l C hl« J r.*?.'. b'i f the. irifu-an-e. rr>moanj«i will not aaraa '■'• the thii.l aparaJatf until thai S.i an appraiser who Is \n sympathy with tn* compaiiy. That gives the company two ap pratasra nnd tha laaareja one. It '8 stßted on authority that ir a man ralsp" much objection to tnstf higli lianded m*tbo4f, ba endvraa th« p«aaltJF of bal»g Madtllsted and can pet n< hiPiranco in thJw state Such casos havn coir.c undrr my observation. I beUer« the situation >b rotten to the Cpre. I i-elieve thnt insur anco ronditi««ns aro a stench in the public nostrils and the purpose at my resolution Is to brine: about remedial legislation. The -ition disclosed by the recent in vrs;iir;ition shows corruption., misappropi Ja tion and rnlsapplicatlon of in-uranc»- fund?. And unrtor my resolution strict inquiry will hr made. Insolvent insurance companies will be disclosed, and instead of merely petiine a policy thereafter a man taking Insurance win he protected. Cobb Approval Maa< Senator Oobb. majority 'eader o' tne upper house, had not e«?c:i the resolution, but said he thought It a good proposition in general, as he believed rhe Pre Insurance aoaaaahl demamled attention which. Sapar intendent Hotchkiss waa not in a posi'ion to cive. ■aaajaar Hi!l, chairman or th» Rnanc« Gsaaaaltsss, aaM: "1 cannot, of course, fore cast the artion of th© Finance Oowmrittea on this r^solutJon if i! reaches v«. I liave j not read it myself. T think, though, that j Su;>crint«?nd*>nt Ilotchki^s has snown , sastaah 1n his work to justify such an in- j *aatflaaat*a aa bi at<sa)saai hi 'his rsaasa- 1 ti<m." Speaker W«dpworth to-day klllti an at tempt by Mr. Chaassr, sa-Uaisiaiaat <;ov ernor, to have passed hie resolution lavor intr a K'lieral legislative investigation. , Thi? is thr .'^solution which Speaker Wada wo*"th fought on th«» floor of the aaußi. 1 i »h,i M wa« flr*t brr.Dgrht aa tar MsCttS- j •ion. at which «lm» -he took » t"->»ition in i opr>o«ltion to aay r-iitbl investigation. The Tlianler resolution ■wa« fneffectl^''. . ao far a# provtding machinery for such an , ir.vcsfigation foea. Ft merely sought M j place the AEScmbly on record on lha pmpn. ' eitior. If It ha 4 provided for a ominittop i tr. make the proposed teveetlaajtioa ts^»re vould have been many Republicans sup- i portinp ft who laasatnea aaaafva to-rtaj'. Tha matter caviMr) an sT.monioui rt:r • ; ning debate, in which th» Speaker. Mr. j Chanier. Rrpublican Leaflet Merritt »i.i! Democratic I>fader Frisbl* took purr. Rl?- ; ing to a question of personal prlvUoK»- Mr- ' Chanter waved a transcript of tha Ifgif* lativo proceedings connecteo with the in- | troduction ot hif jesolution. and turning dramatically ' rt Mr. Merritt, denounce; ] Wbal Ye declared 10 hasa hf-en un.lug: . a*pen»ior« of hi? mptive» ty the Bepejb ll'-an leader. "My only purpose in offering thi* resolu- j tion." Mr. \ hariler Khouted. 'waß to ac- . cornp'.ish precisely wliat the Governor now i publfcly declare? to l<e our plain duty." Mr. Merritt disrlaimf-rl ar.y intention of j aaiaaaaj reflection on aha r"pre?entativ» j trom ITiitcliiss "If th" jrentleman baa laaaf anything unfair or sini«ter in my I remarks" hp paid, "i i* because h» wants INDIVIDUALITY IN STORE FRONTS I&wneer ftygtem, * of Store Fronts n is so clean cut and inviting that itsattnetivc- I ness exercises a strong compelling power on I every passer-by. When yon make them look, you force them into a receptive mood. Good, dependable merchandise tastefully displayed, and the Kawncer 'System will make them your I customer. L f "It Stays and Pays" Brings your store-front up-to-date, and is 1 revenue producer 24 hours in the da\ and every day in the year. Up-tO-date Booklet with abundant practical infor- MerchantS raation is yours for the asking. yfire location*: Look and b* convinced :- jn Cortlandt Street 436-44$ Fifth .4t-e. 12q Fifth Amaajaal 10S Xewark A\e.. Jersey City j Fast 42d Street $S7 b'ulton Si.. Brooklyn many of rhe I nited <'is-*r SfOrea ("o's >tor<:-. JACQUES, BASINGER & COf&£ SSS" 1 1 23 Broadway SSTi Miss Remington Says that she ha? used the Re m i n'^ton Tv pc writer for years and alwayi pre ferred it, but that the new model ! o is a revelation to her in new time anii labor savinjj features. I: has always heen 60 with every new Rcini;\; ton modr!. The new \i iblc model, 'like* ..I t:« predecessor.-, nft.-rs n bnmii nr-.v pr«.^positicn t» tlic buyer, something morennd better •: bil monfv he ha'- r\ rr b-f-orr obtained in ■] \'.rttin^ machine. Remington ivpewrifcr Company (incorporated Vw \ork and Lvrn^h^re to fln<l It Nfith»r no"«* nor .it ar,> tltnq do I intend t.) apologize to him "r l 0 any on». Yn.) ran find a;r-- meaning in any ihinjr if you are inoklnK tM It WW. vmi jllLlltr the man who ctafcMd that UH Bible advocated suicide, because, in ""? place i: .ay.- ".Kiln* went "'•' ami h.vmed himself. and in another pl«c* Go thou and #0 likewise.' " "1 rise." Minority leader l'tisbi" inter acted, llwplj to say that ibis si<k of the House lias rone on record with regard to the npHMHji of a thorough legislative in- . vestigation. 'In view of the Governor- in- j donement of this attitude, it seem? proper , to reiterate the Democratic party's rl»mand , Tor surh an Investigation. " "I. for one, *0I not support any demand for such an ir.vsti?atio:i UDIWi tt is niml9 specific," vvafe Urn comment of AFs-mbly man OHvei. formerly m'.nority leader. j Mr. Chauler ir.aiFted upon taktos his old i rasobitioa from the table- This WH rnlfd ojt or order by Speftker WiM«wartt at t'.:c Fi.»:gention of Mr. Merritt. Trembling with , aos«r Mr. Oanler read from the. record tr..^ oriKinal ruling, of the Sp^ak-r in | t.iblUig the reaolution and broad)/ inti- j matci that h» had be*n duped. Tho statement <-,f the enticroan from ! DutclMM sstoni^l.e* th« chj»ir." Mi. Wads- j worth rejoined sharply. "The chair has a ! PWOCD <l;ity to yertorm. M cannot b« a j party to iiteakinir the rui«s. The 6*Otl«^ i man from DatebON |»U>m r»\«r Urn Btflt I Senate for two y*flrs «nd can hsrdi.v hay? | forgotten th«. >trlctnes« witii which h* <?n- ■ forcf the procdme al buslne"? ur.der | tne rules- The reeolution is out of ord«r." Af an } »ft?rniatli of th« AD bribery C»M Senator Agnew. of New York. io-ti.»y ir.troduced a resolution calling th»- BcmN .Tiidiciar> Connnitue (9 tnke *tepp l 0 vr '' : ish Leirta E. arr, of counsel for A!!d*, I for contempt. Mr. Carr. bef"r» the vote j which ronvicted AD* H i»I>WJ wa? j taken. maM a s-tatem'iit saying th3t UM ' lawyers had pOffffd -Mids to resign be- ; causs it mm arr«rent that the Senate ; was ' -pac'ki?.<i" agalngt him through poiit- | icnl influ'.nce from Washington and Al- ! fcany. That i», tbe statement, *r inter preted oy Senator A«n«w and other Sen ators. aceua*4 tre Senate of disregardiuc i It* «uty and the membern of violating . thei. oaths tecaust- of political pre«?'»r against Alld*. "The Senate ha# ju.«t been enrag^ii In p.oceedlng.s of a judicial character," said Bfnatiw Agnew. in discussing his refolu- | lion. "\\> bfra been most patient with j counsel on both sides. In «-ominc to a de- : cision |r« attempted to deride according l« the evidence I, for one, believe that Im proper motives played no part in th«» ver- j diet rendered. There is not a court In this great state that would not feel insulted If ■ lawyer practising before it gave utter- ; anoe to such sentiments as it is reported ' Mr. Carr used descriptive of this tribunal " j The resolution Wfl referred to the Ju- ! diciary Committee, «-hos.» members all are la-wrrs. Soni" doubt Is 'Trr^--»'1 at> to fhj likelihood of Ita bein-; report'-d, bu: c-rtain! M will be urged tor favorable j asttaa by aaaaral P^natom, who are red h"t ; at what they consider utterly unwarranted aspersions om tha Senate and on every man in It Wh<> vot'd jiJMinM \ lids. Mr '.".i.t. who, in hi« long career, has h?id a great deal of busin"s« with lha I^ec islature hikj lesjlaJattva '-oinmltteep. Inclual tng the defence of Justice Hooker in the impeachment proceedings, had nothing to say about Senator Agnew resolution. "At the proper time I probably shall say my BBjr, ha remarked. Aesemblyman Stephen C. Oark said to iiay he was not a candidate for ths Sen»|p nomination to saocssd Jotham P. Alld*. He ■aid that if h«* resigned to take that nomi nation hi» county would b.? aarsaraavntad 'n the lower house. "I p»r«'>nrJly prefer tp reman in the As- 1 BfßjdAy and am ni,t a r.indfdat** for any \ sasef aasaal aTaaaaaaJaatian as men- of tha /usemMy." ha ajuaV Mr. Clark thinks that IVafaaaar Ralph ; Thomas, of Colgate l'ni\er«iit.v. ar flaaail ton. sfaAsOw «onnty. will probabiy receive Gl •, S. &H. Green Trading Stamps reenhlll With All Purchases. QPCI (Cash or Charge) /** Double Stamp? Betore Noon. V*Omp3ny Sm^C tramps After Noon. Dry Goods The Arrow Sale Toda/ I The real ttsi oi * Store's helpfume';? b not m tbc cc- i or ,a 1 half-price bargain, but in its abilty to meet all the needs of its shoppers with t^i^tworthy merchandise j at a substantial saving. ; Test the House of Greenhut by the Arrow Sale. 1 __^ j Four Baks of Shirvan Ru^s at Extraordiharily Low Prices. IftJlt beautiful ipcOaaatssi of these <lc.vred weaves havre never been seen in America. The cxtraor rlinary il'.-pth and tone of the colors, the wonderful blending «Ofl unusual designs render them extremely interesting. They enw 'lirect to us from oav Coo stantinoplr representative: securer! from a belated caravan at vrry mucli k-s> than ruling prices. I. '.-•". Shirvan Rugs — The average size is 3x5. Tboac scarce sizes so hard to find in suitable patterns. Typ ical Oriental effect?. Regular Rating $12.50 Special Price $y.75 Shirvan Rugs — Average size 3.6x6. We've sold a few similar Rug? at $19.50. but the majority have never been sold for less than $24.50. Regular Rating $24.50 Special Price $17.50 Oriental Ru&s Moussouls, Goend jes and Kazaks. A very choice lot; beautiful color combinations; aver age size 4.6x7. Regular Rating *27.MJ_to $50 1 . Special Price $22.50 Oriental RugS—Fwt examples of Beloochistan Rur-: choice silky pieces: warm and rich colorings; fine L texture. Average size 3x4 fee:. Regular Bating >-!?.. io Special Price 51 2.50 ThiM r v -- Otevsbai »••' nnaa amaiiGrcenhut and Co., Sixth Avcriue, 1 8rh to ! 9th St.— Marguerita Q f I 7 i #%9ip w ■4k «aY Of .3 1 1 t]ip prim;) Honn.'iS \vii<-» li.]\r -pp^Br^H in tttw York during the present (irand ( )prr.-j season, onr stai \i.<n<is i>\\\ with par ticukur l>rillianc\ — MarpuTita Sylva. of the Manhattan Oprra Crvupany — liailod by NYw \\>r\\ Opera croer.s is one i»t' t!u* greatest dramatic sopranos of the age. HvarSvh.i Mn; r \\w. i':t!inu!^ Air <! Atratho from "l\ r I'Vt.'-SC'llu!"/ ' (>ri tlii i«>;i-- I »I:»\-!Ml; Kdison Am- Ut!>! Clrarni v^ner;: Iv- •'.•••riK iu^ the Edison Phonograph Vow [3d mi Phooosrapti aril] paajr taai urc.it Rrcorii if it i»rquippr-.i with the Amberol Alt ■hnifnt. Heir this lircord at y our de.nler**, aa 1 be >i:u- |a aak t«> h.:r it 011 THE AMBEROLA the newest- and greatest Edison Phonograph a miiNrptu nnf .alMiict u«>rk m«f11 . *«**«: mi rcprw dnction. Ihr Atobrroli play* bath F.cJmw flsasntafal »nfl \inl»rr.»l Bccovda. l!^«»lr.i»»rr- tor holding I<V> RrcoTiJ'. f OQfl in rirhrr M _ or C I**,. Jhe prwr i> SiOO Other tt«-lr« of Ediana PhaQoajnpbs, 11t.30 *•» llfJ Pa ••••• to heur the S» •-« ? f' ■ *b" VicbtrtAj Gat ■ it :'••;: » .'i Kin vi Pbonecupca • ihn t trnn t« -i . • • if| O(W| i |J •• - • . •.-,♦••■• Nattenal Phopcgiayh Co. Ts LthjaMi I m Oragy •' : Art Objects of Merit H. 0. WATSON & CO. (ESTABLISHED Hal \ r^ v,-. Offering »t \ttr»rttv« F*-1r«»» Period Furniture, Rroo/e?. Ivories, T»p«stries. Porc«lai.i«. Ptrnian Pottery. Decorated Satinwood Furniture \t> WEST 30th ST. H oi,,^*H-n-. th<» nomination. Thoma.". h» saW. h^d th>» Maasaaa «*ountr «r«sni»s«v>n behtri«i htm. and. he thousht. would g»r the Or«»t:-» County delegatew. He nawi h* bellertd tha: rrofeccnr Tinman wt.« an advocate «f dl i«.rt svtaaaflss, but wtea not sure.